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Voting blindly is not responsible

Make your choices Tuesday based on the issue, the person or your beliefs, and never let anyone tell you how to think.

The practice of walking into a ...

Baker, Gard in showdown for Riverton mayor

Residents of Riverton will be voting for their new mayor this week.
Lars Baker and Rich Gard advanced to the general election with only three votes ...

Riverton third at volleyball regional

After falling behind 6-0, the Wolverines scores 42 unanswered points Friday at Wolverine Field.

For the first time since the 2010 season, the ...

Nearly 2,300 fire calls logged during year by all departments; controlled burns No. 1

Fire departments across Fremont County have tallied up annual statistics for the municipal departments and county battalions over the past year.
Between Oct. ...

Price's boots-on-the-ground experience good for county

Editor:
I've watched the local politician's rhetoric ramping up over the last few months, and I am dismayed. I believe the citizens of Fremont County aren't ...

After falling behind 6-0, the Wolverines scores 42 unanswered points Friday at Wolverine Field.

For the first time since the 2010 season, the ...

Ceballos emphasizes leadership in superintendent run

Democratic superintendent of public instruction candidate Mike Ceballos has a plan for reorganizing aspects of the Department of Education.
His involvement in ...

Mulch fire at waste station

Riverton's yard waste facility will be closed from noon until 1 p.m. daily as the result of an accidental fire Tuesday afternoon in the 300 block of North ...

In the days before legislative districting in Wyoming, Fremont County's state senators and state representatives were elected via an at-large basis by all ...

Cellist performs Saturday with county orchestra

The Fremont Symphony Orchestra presents internationally renowned cellist Evan Drachman in its fall concert to open its 28th season.
The concert begins at 7 ...

Man arrested after break-in; resident 'beat him with a garden hoe'

An Ethete man was arrested Thursday morning reportedly after breaking into a home on Klocke Road south of Shoshoni.
No one was injured in the incident.
A ...

The Shoshoni Wranglers produced two wins Friday at the Class 2-A West volleyball regional tournament to jump into the title match.
Playing for the regional ...

Championship season: In playoff opener, RHS shocked Star Valley

Wyoming offense hopes to carry late momentum into Fresno State/625
As the Wyoming High School football playoffs commenced in 1994, the Riverton Wolverines had ...

The Rustlers started play Friday afternoon at a tournament in Casper.

Height shouldn't be a problem this year for the Central Wyoming College ...

Wolverines win regional VB opener in Green River

The Riverton Wolverines took a big step toward the Class 4-A state volleyball tournament Friday morning, starting Class 4-A West regional play in Green River ...

Veteran core leads Rustler men into basketball season

In his first season at the helm of the Central Wyoming College men's basketball program, coach Pat Rafferty made his mark with his own style of coaching. ...

Trinity Lutheran Church celebrates its 75th anniversary Sunday with a dinner at 12:30 p.m. and a special church service at 2:30 p.m. A cake reception and ...

Campaign working to get voters to polls Tuesday

More than 100 American Indian volunteers from Fremont County have signed up for the Every Native Vote Campaign on the Wind River Indian Reservation.
The ...

Two spots open on Pavillion Town Council

Three men are vying for two seats on the Pavillion Town Council in the general election Tuesday.
Bud Kisling finished first in the primary with 47 votes, ...

Three pursuing two seats on Dubois board

Newcomers Michael Alexander and Patricia Neveaux and incumbent Bruce Thompson are running for two seats on the Dubois Town ...

 
 

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